Tropical Storm Delta FEMA News Release

ATMORE – Atmore City Hall Complex, 201 E. Louisville Ave., closes at 6 p.m. Oct. 7. Operations resume 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 12.



Be Prepared for Hurricanes With This Checklist

Prime Atlantic hurricane season is August, September, and October. This means, the next few months could harness unpredictable weather patterns––to say the least. The most important thing you can do right now is get yourself, your family, and your home prepared.  Ideally, you should stock seven basic items in your home: water, food, first aid… Read more

Congratulations to ECSS’s Four New Principals

Many new smiling faces were added at the Escambia County School System June board meeting, where the board hired four new principals, along with approximately 80 other new employees.  Toya McMillan was named the principal at Rachel Patterson Elementary School; Leah Fuqua was named the principal at Huxford Elementary School; Takecia Barlow of Montgomery was… Read more

Congratulations to These 149 Rotary Club Academic All-Stars!

149 outstanding students were recognized as Atmore Rotary Club Academic All-Stars for their academic achievements and excellence in high school. Since 1985, the Atmore Rotary Club has acknowledged the academic excellence of its students, who have been able to withhold an average of A’s and B’s throughout their high school career.  When the school year… Read more

Mayfest Is Back!

Mayfest is one of our very favorite events, but with the invasion of COVID-19, it simply couldn’t happen at the regularly scheduled time. However, we are thrilled to say that Mayfest will be happening July 31—August 1 of this year at Tom Byrne Park! Mayfest: Optimism in the Face of Setbacks Executive Director of the… Read more

Free Lunches for Children 18 years of Age and Younger

Beginning Monday, April 13th, Grace Fellowship Church, 1412 East Nashville Avenue in Atmore will begin serving lunches for children up to age 18 years old on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 11 am until 1 pm or until the food is gone.

How Atmore Is Bouncing Back from COVID-19

As of April 30, Alabama has seen almost 7,000 cases of COVID-19, and experienced the loss of many. Governor Kay Ivey is taking the stance to continue keeping Alabamians at home as much as possible––to prevent spreading the virus to others in the state, and above all, to keep our families safe. In Atmore, our… Read more

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

While we’re still learning about the novel coronavirus, there are a lot of things we do know—like how it spreads, and how best to protect yourself and others. Keep reading for more information.  How to Protect Yourself Right now, there is no vaccine to prevent COVID-19. That means that the best way to prevent getting… Read more

Vaccines Are Coming to Escambia County and Brewton City Schools

This month, Brewton, Atmore and Flomaton communities will be partaking in School Based Vaccination Clinics to vaccinate children and protect them from HPV. According to a county-wide report, Alabama is in the top two percentile in the country for cervical cancer rates, and in the top five percentile for cervical cancer deaths. Human papilloma virus… Read more